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China Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation Situation Analysis and Research Strategy - Final Report to the ESPA Programme. ESPA China Consortium, CAAS, Beijing, China

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China Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation Situation Analysis and Research Strategy - Final Report to the ESPA Programme. ESPA China Consortium, CAAS, Beijing, China


Published 2008
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Source: Cambridge, UK


Volume 2008
Publisher NERC/ESRC/DfID
Pages 68
Possible copyright status Copyright owner: NERC/ESRC/DfID
Language English
Call number 28609
Digitizing sponsor UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge
Book contributor UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge
Collection biodiversity
Notes No title page. No copyright page.

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